Marlene Far­ru­gia speaks of ‘coali­tion’ to bat­tle ‘Panama clique’

Malta Independent - - NEWS -

In­de­pen­dent MP Marlene Far­ru­gia yes­ter­day spoke of the im­por­tance of form­ing a coali­tion of peo­ple to bat­tle against what she de­scribes as the ‘Panama clique’.

Writ­ing her weekly blog on The Malta In­de­pen­dent, Dr Far­ru­gia said this coali­tion will be formed of peo­ple who are not nec­es­sar­ily of the same opin­ion, but who have the na­tional in­ter­est at heart and are ready to re­place the “am­a­teurs” who have taken over the coun­try. She also spoke about how she had doubts about Joseph Mus­cat be­com­ing Labour leader, so much so that she had cam­paigned for Ge­orge Abela when the party lead­er­ship was up for grabs in 2008.

She also writes that the PN is find­ing it dif­fi­cult to get rid of “half a dozen” peo­ple.

Dr Far­ru­gia is the interim leader of the Par­tit Demokratiku which, as re­ported by The Malta In­de­pen­dent on 21 Septem­ber, is hold­ing dis­cus­sions with the PN on the pos­si­bil­ity of form­ing a coali­tion.

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